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February 14, 2018

Warner Norcross + Judd Publishes Its 2017 Diversity + Inclusion Annual Report

Warner Norcross + Judd has published its 2017 Diversity + Inclusion Annual Report, featuring the topic of civility in the workplace and what it means to be an inclusive organization. This year’s report highlights:

 
  • New attorneys in 2017 and their reasons for choosing Warner
  • Attorney Dawn Ward’s 2017 Minority Business Champion Award from the Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce for her efforts to empower the Latina community
  • Attorney Monique Field-Foster’s unique path led her to Warner and her practice in government affairs, higher education, agribusiness, infrastructure and government contracting
  • Chris Dudley’s artistic ability is a culmination of decades of practice – and how Warner is committed to his talent and family
  • Partner Amanda Fielder is leading the design of the new Grand Rapids headquarters and shaping the future of the firm
  • Warner’s One Book, One Firm selection of Choosing Civility as the topic of 2017, bringing attorneys and staff together to explore issues of diversity and inclusion
  • A look at where we are today in our hiring and retention practices as it relates to a diverse and inclusive work environment.
 
To learn more about our firm’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, read more on our Diversity Annual Report website page under the About Us section and in our Diversity blog.

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